2007 Hamilton Training Advisory Board

By: Htab  09-12-2011
Keywords: Employment, Labour Market, Market Information

Published: September 1, 2007

Research report that studied what employment barriers immigrants face.

Published: September 1, 2007

A list of practical information and employment resources for immigrants.

Published: August 1, 2007

Ten years in review: HTAB's highlights and milestones since its incorporation in August 1997.

Published: July 1, 2007

A reference binder listing Hamilton and area based programs/services that are funded by Employment Ontario.

Published: July 1, 2007

Hamilton labour market information on the industry trends and workforce profile of the Construction sector.

Published: June 3, 2007

Tips to getting started on a job search, how to network, writing a great cover letter, etc.

Published: June 1, 2007

Career View is a quarterly newsletter which highlights specific employment sectors: In this issue transportation is examined.

Published: June 1, 2007

The premier HIWIN newsletter informs employers about the advantage of hiring immigrants and about local resources that can assist them.

Published: May 1, 2007

Hamilton labour market information on the industry trends and workforce profile of the Food Processing sector.

Published: March 3, 2007

Revised version of the guide with information on education, salary, work environment and future prospects in this sector.

Keywords: Employment, Labour Market, Market Information

Other products and services from Htab

09-12-2011

2008 Hamilton Training Advisory Board

Presentation on the return on investment for apprenticeship training; tax incentives; the business case for apprenticeship. Checklist of family friendly workplace practices; tips to create a family friendly workplace, why it is important, etc. Employment trends; women in manufacturing; employment change by age group; recent start-ups and closures. Employment growth; industry trends; gender composition; age profile; where the jobs are.


09-12-2011

2009 Hamilton Training Advisory Board

Features information services; employment services; peer support and outreach; ESL and LINC; skills development; income support, and personal support services in Hamilton. Results of Dreams and Expectations report; description of different age groups; tips to working with a multi-generational workforce. Recession resistant sectors; manufacturing stable occupations; top college programs; promising local occupations in Hamilton.


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2010 Hamilton Training Advisory Board

The people in this group come from a variety of educational backgrounds, though those with only a high school diploma or less comprise 55%. Labour market information regarding rural employment in Hamilton: industry trend; unemployment rates; age profiles; educational attainment. In Hamilton, this industry employs 4.5% of the workforce, while 7.5% of the provincial workforce is employed in this industry.